Month: December 2012

Cloud Storage

One of the most prominent trends in cloud computing is making business services available through the Internet. Cloud storage is an example of this trend in action, being the practice of storing data on virtual storage space maintained by cloud storage service providers. Businesses, particularly small and medium-sized businesses, find services such as cloud storage useful because they are cheaper than their in-house counterparts. Not only are businesses spared from purchasing and then setting...

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Email Retention Policy

Unless otherwise specified in your account agreement our Email Retention Policy is listed below. Deleted Items: Automatically Removed After 30 Days Junk Email: Automatically Removed After 30 Days Sent Items: Automatically Removed After 360 Days Inbox and subfolders are retained indefinately unless otherwise specified.

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Privacy Policy

What information do we collect? We collect information from you when you register on our site, place an order, subscribe to our newsletter or fill out a form. Any data we request that is not required will be specified as voluntary or optional. When ordering or registering on our site, as appropriate, you may be asked to enter your: name, e-mail address, mailing address, phone number or credit card information. You may, however, visit our site anonymously. Like most websites, we use cookies...

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Ten Reasons to Move Voice Communications to the Cloud

The flexibility and accessibility of the cloud is a huge advantage for small and medium size businesses. The range of services available lets even the smallest business compete with larger companies by staying up to date on the latest technologies. Business VoIP (Voice over IP) in the cloud is one such technology that your business can leverage to realize outstanding voice communication functionality without decimating your bottom line. Take a look at the following 10 reasons why it makes good...

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Scheduled Maintenance December 14th On Kerio Connect Servers

We will be performing system maintenance December 14th starting 10:30PM (MST).  This system maintenance includes an update of Kerio Connect to version 8.  After we perform this upgrade, any users using the Outlook connector will be required to update the Kerio Outlook Connector on their pc.  For a full list of details and improvements in Kerio Connect 8 please read on…

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Kerio Connect Client Released

Kerio Connect 8 introduces a new face of Kerio WebMail. The new Kerio Connect client is a complete overhaul of the previous webmail interface. We‘ve incorporated HTML5 capabilities for a richer experience that is faster, and offers better integration with the desktop environment. Now you can drag and drop multiple attachments, receive notifications when new email arrives, and quickly add recipients with email address auto-completion. We’ve also included a feedback button, giving users the...

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Cloud VoIP

Cloud VoIP enables phone systems to be hosted on distant servers and then provide their services to their end users through the Internet. It is ideal for business use because it costs less than maintaining an on-site phone system, does not drain IT resources to maintain, and entrusts the responsibilities of ensuring that the system keeps on going to Tech Strategies and our experts. Furthermore, cloud VoIP is even more flexible compared to other hosted phone systems because it makes it easier for...

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